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4 ways artificial intelligence is improving mental health therapy

'The long-term efficacy of AI in mental health therapy is yet to be thoroughly tested, but the initial results appear promising.' Image: UNSPLASH/LinkedIn Sales Solutions

Kayleigh Bateman

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a chart showing how mental health professionals report increased workloads since the start of the pandemic as demand for therapy soars
Mental health professionals report increased workloads since the start of the pandemic as demand for therapy soars. Image: American Psychological Association

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